NYT crosswords 2022 11 27 Answers :
1. Gambling spot? : PIP
4. Chap : GENT
8. Addis ___ : ABABA
13. Pro response : YEA
16. Bit of chicanery : JAPE
17. ___ water (healthful drink) : ALOE
18. Totally uncool : NOTOK
19. Rock's Jethro ___ : TULL
20. "You're gonna love this, I promise!" : ITLLBEFUN
22. Urban area typically with the tallest buildings : INNERCITY
24. Rocky road topping? : GRAVEL
25. Length for a pregnancy : TERM
27. Moneymaking venture : GIG
28. LeBron James became one in 2018 : LAKER
29. That's the spirit! : GENIE
30. Highway network that famously has sections without a speed limit : AUTOBAHN
32. Service recipient : CLIENT
33. An ocean : LOTS
34. Device dusted off to watch old home movies, maybe : VCR
35. Flat-topped French hat : KEPI
36. Ante alternative : BLIND
37. Musician Brian : ENO
38. Public court proceeding : OPENHEARING
40. Many a bad Yelp review : RANT
41. Luxuriate (in) : BASK
42. They're not sciences : ARTS
43. ___ Cannon, creator of the "Pitch Perfect" film series : KAY
44. Fish sticks? : RODS
48. Strength of character : GRIT
50. "Me!" : IAM
52. Compliment to a French chef : CESTSIBON
54. Crackerjack : WHIZBANG
56. Slack-jawed : AGAPE
59. Automotive successor of the Bel Air : IMPALA
60. Proudly embody, informally : REP
61. What you're on when you're making progress : RIGHTTRACK
64. Product sold on a rack, informally : MAG
65. "Them's fightin' words!" : ITSWAR
67. Set one's sights : AIMED
68. Welcome center handouts : AREAMAPS
70. Free of flaws, as a reputation : STAINLESS
72. DiFranco of folk : ANI
73. Sewer in American history : ROSS
74. Hamlet's cousin : TOWN
75. Music genre prefix : ALT
76. Ideal engine sound : PURR
79. Duel personalities? : FOES
81. Like some memes : DANK
83. Major concern for a meteorologist : SUPERSTORM
85. The Bruins, on scoreboards : BOS
88. Contents of a household box : FUSES
89. Pasta whose name means "barley" in Italian : ORZO
90. Startled scream : EEK
91. Weight : HEFT
92. Goes from one thing to another : MORPHS
94. Purchase option for a dedicated fan : PREORDER
96. Like dumbbells : DENSE
97. Like Roma tomatoes : OVATE
98. Something that may be sold by the yard : ALE
99. The Nature Conservancy and World Wildlife Fund, e.g., in brief : NGOS
100. Hate, hate, hate : LOATHE
101. Certain juicing need : LEMONSQUEEZER
104. Residential construction project : PAVEDROAD
106. Deep shot, in hoops : TREY
107. Weird : OUTRE
108. Brother of Logan Roy on "Succession" : EWAN
109. Has a meal : SUPS
110. Urban grid: Abbr. : STS
111. Tennis champ ___ Osaka : NAOMI
112. Figs. first issued in 1936 : SSNS
113. Summer on the Riviera : ETE
1. Subscription platform for online content creators : PATREON
2. "That is my intention" : IPLANTO
3. Where the ilium and ischium are : PELVIS
4. Inhabitant of Ireland or Scotland : GAEL
5. Holiday helper : ELF
6. Sign that you can't go back now? : NOUTURN
7. Philosophical pillar : TENET
8. ___ Arbor, Mich. : ANN
9. Deep inhalation to get high : BONGHIT
10. Ordered delivery, perhaps : ATEIN
11. Hive mind of "Star Trek: TNG," with "the" : BORG
12. National Dog Show org. : AKC
13. ___ someone's yum (criticized a person's tastes, slangily) : YUCKED
14. Discovery astronaut Ochoa : ELLEN
15. With it : ALERT
16. Shake a little : JIGGLE
19. Amtrak booking : TRAINTRIP
21. Worker with wax : BEE
22. "Oof, what a day!" : IMBEAT
23. Run-D.M.C.'s "You Be ___" : ILLIN
26. Longtime co-host of the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade : ROKER
30. Good Texas hold 'em hand : ACEKING
31. Auto loan figs. : APRS
32. Bit of roofing in Spanish-style architecture : CLAYTILE
34. Biden and Harris, notably, in brief : VPS
36. Underwire undergarments : BRAS
38. Muffin makeup, maybe : OATBRAN
39. Over-emoter : HAM
41. Trade, informally : BIZ
43. Star N.F.L. wide receiver Allen : KEENAN
45. First family from Illinois : OBAMAS
46. Exercise in a swimming pool : DOLAPS
47. Grabs : SNAGS
48. "___ Life" (1981 Rick James single) : GHETTO
49. Tool for cutting wood along the grain : RIPSAW
51. Scandalized : AGHAST
52. Pro who gets many return customers? : CPA
53. Bad makeup artist : SMEARER
54. Spot for a band : WRIST
55. High ways : AIRLANES
56. Early stop at a casino, maybe : ATM
57. Univ. senior's hurdle : GRE
58. Funding : AID
62. "___ but a scratch": oft-quoted Monty Python line : TIS
63. Con artist : GRIFTER
66. Chattering plastic teeth, for one : WINDUPTOY
69. Rapper ___ Def : MOS
71. Group with lodges : ELKS
72. Part of E.T.A.: Abbr. : ARR
76. 100% : PURE
77. Allow for more high-density housing and mixed-use development, in urban planning lingo : UPZONE
78. Company shake-up, for short : REORG
80. Symbol of sturdiness : OAK
82. Pallid : ASHEN
83. Problem for a pitcher : SOREARM
84. They have their ups and downs : SEESAWS
85. With 86-Down, very upset ... like the answers to five of this puzzle's clues? : BENTOUT
86. See 85-Down : OFSHAPE
87. Grand mounts : STEEDS
88. They go around at museums : FRAMES
91. Coffin carrier : HEARSE
92. Drops down? : MOLTS
93. In no way hidden : OVERT
94. It has only one-sixth of the mass of Earth's moon : PLUTO
95. Goobers : DOPES
96. Pentagon inits. : DOD
98. Cousin of turquoise : AQUA
100. Part of the eye that focuses light onto the retina : LENS
102. Momma's boy : SON
103. Big name in outdoor gear : REI
105. Jones of CNN : VAN
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Here are some big New York Time Crossword tips that will mastering all the hard crosswords published at New York Times :
Skipping 1 across, 1 down:
It’s a reflex! We begin to read from left to right, from top to bottom. The position of the clue at 1a. is where the eyes go easily. But we are often confronted with the difficulty of this word. Do not dwell on it if you find this word hard to find. Instead, get a global overview of the crossword.
Take a global overview of the crossword :
This is the first thing to do when your start a New York Crossword, become familiar with it and guide your guessing skills by looking first at these 3 important elements :
- Take a look at the mention : “Edited By” to know who is the constructor and if you previously solved his crosswords ?
- On Which week day are we ? If it is Sunday, you have to double your attention, because it is the hard ones.
- Is there a theme in the crossword ?
I will linger to explain how to deal with “Theme Related” crosswords : Most crosswords have themes, when there is a picture a title, then, that’s the theme and some clues are related. In general, those which require longer words ( at least 5 letters ). But don’t focus completely on it because not all the words are theme related.
So, look at the puzzle constructor, the day of the puzzle and “think theme related” when you have multiple answer choices and more than 4 letters.
Look to the center of the puzzle :
After you get the overview, start solving the crossword from the center of the puzzle and start by the word that is the most surrounded by blank tiles. When you succeed to solve it, you will see many new opportunities for words with placed tiles. For example, if you solve a 5 letter word across, you will have 5 down clues each one with a new filled tile. Means, easier to solve !
Scan To find the easiest words :
Take a step back and analyze the clues, scan them to find this kind of easy to solve clues, here are some examaples of really easy clues :
- Mickey-___ : Mouse
- Actor of “Titanic”: Dicaprio or Leonardo
When you catch these clues, just answer them, they are built for everyone.
GO SPIDER Technique :
The best and oldest tip in the crosswords is to go spider. When you solve a word, you have to look around, there will be at least one or even two words easy to find because of the placed letters. This new word is solved, new opportunities appear and so …
I called this technique “Go Spider”, in reference to the animal because of its specific sense organs : 4 eyes and cuticles which “block out information about the outside world”. That’s what should happen when you are solving a crossword.
So GO Spider to have a better Focus and solve more clues !
Don’t Look at small words :
Many people advise to look at small words, here at dailynytcrossword answers page, we just … don’t !
Why ? Because it’s wrong.
Puzzle constructors don’t choose 3 letter words because they want people to guess’em ! They just use short words to fill in the crossword. And when a p. constructor is building its crossword, in general, he first do theme related words, then other words and let the small words at the end.
They don’t choose them because they love them. It’s just done to complete a word, for example, A puzzle constructor has a remaining three tiles word with just a letter in the middle. In construction mode, he will need any word that fits the place and there is at least one.
Memorize these 3 letters words :
If you are about to finish a crossword and you have a list of short words left then you will need to memorize our list of the 11 most frequent short words which will help you to solve the maximum of 3 letter words. It is as follows : ERA, ETA, ACE, ALE, ODE, ALA, SEE, ARI, ATE, EAR, ERR.
They are listed in descending order of frequency.
Grammatical relation between Clues and Answers:
The rule is general and is applied also for new york times crossword, always pay attention to the grammatical relation. This is the list of the most relations to keep in mind when answering :
- Clue in Plural : Answer with “S”, in plural.
- Clue in Past tense : Answer in Past with “ED”, pay attention of course to irregular verbs.
- Clue is an action in progressive form : Answer will be in “ING” form too.
- Clue includes a comparative word : Means the answer ends with “EST” , “IEST” or “ER”
- Clue is an Adverb with “ly” : Answer will be with “LY”
- Clue is in a different language or talk about a non english region : Expect the answer to be with this same language for exemple “good morning in Paris” have the answer “Bonjour”.
And this is not everything, because we have an additional collection of tips in solving crosswords posted in our blog, you may take a look there and pick up additional tips.
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